With campuses in Dublin, Cork and Limerick, Griffith College is our oldest  private college

RCSI When is open day? January 4th, 2018 Located just off St Stephen’s Green, in one of the busiest spots in Dublin, the faculty of medicine and h(...)

Shanna Lee Curtis (6), Harlow Wheelan (8) and Layla Byrne (5) enjoy themselves during the Playful Street event held on Sherrif Street, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

On a Wednesday in September, Sheriff Street is closed to traffic and festooned with colourful bunting. There are hopscotch squares chalked on the grou(...)

The employment rate of new graduates in the last couple of years has been rising steadily. Photograph: Getty Images

Your final year has begun, but you may already be thinking ahead to what you want to be doing after you graduate. You may have noticed that the gradu(...)

There are plenty of options available to those who take a different route and  explore other areas. Photograph: iStockphoto/Getty Images

It is worth taking time to think about your post-school options as there are a myriad of routes into quality employment, not all through the CAO. Con(...)

Alex Valadkevich (40), his wife Eugenia (36) from Belarus and their daughter Nina (3) in Kilkenny

When Alex Valadkevich (40) and his wife Eugenia (36) went to register the birth of their daughter Nina in Kilkenny city more than three years ago, the(...)

The National Skills Council was set up by Minister for Education Richard Bruton in April. Photograph: Jason Clarke

The job vacancy rate in the Republic was among the lowest in the European Union during the first quarter of 2017, despite suggestions of a skills shor(...)

Katherine Zappone, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs,  acknowledged the grief in the community of Dublin’s north inner city. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Wednesday’s murder in Dublin’s north inner city meant it was “a dark day” for the community but it was important to remember all that was good about t(...)

The settlement came on the third day of the case on Wednesday, midway through cross-examination of a witness for Keith Maycock

A lecturer who claimed he was defamed in a letter sent by his college authorities to about 100 students has settled his High Court action. Keith Mayc(...)

Dr Keith Maycock said his relations in the college became toxic and  his health suffered due to the grades controversy. Photograph: Collins

A lecturer has told a High Court jury it was “unbelievable” that grades on eight dissertations for a Masters programme in his college would be marked (...)

Keith Maycock, from Mullingar, Co Westmeath on day one of his High Court action against the National College of Ireland. Photograph: Collins Courts

A lecturer has told a High Court jury that relations in his college became toxic after he objected to alleged “grade inflation” of student marks. He (...)